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The CN Tower is the ubiquitous symbol of Toronto. Yet it is much more than the world's tallest towering building. It provides a terrific perspective of the city, with a glass floor that can bring out... Read More
The CN Tower is the ubiquitous symbol of Toronto. Yet it is much more than the world's tallest towering building. It provides a terrific perspective of the city, with a glass floor that can bring out acrophobia in anyone by being 1/3 of a kilometre above ground. The CN Tower's range of attractions and exhibits includes a digital animation program (Thrill Zone, which allows visitors a virtual bungee jump), a laser tag game, nightclub, 300-seat cafe, award-winning 360 restaurant (with the world's highest wine cellar!), shops, and a Simulator Theatre, which mimics air flight. Pay an extra $12 to go up in the Skypod, which will give you a more private experience of the incredible view.
- Daily 9am-11pm
- Hours May Vary Seasonally
- Call for Details; Adult (13-64) CAD22.99 - CAD34.99; Senior (65+) CAD20.99 - CAD34.99; Child (4-12) CAD14.99 - CAD34.99
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Looking for a real test of endurance? The CN Tower's 1,776 stairs are closed to the public, except during charity climb events held at various points during the year. Fitness buffs, be sure to plan your visit during one of these occasions."
- Things to Do with Kids: "Kids under 3 are free, so take advantage of this landmark when your children are young. Adults can also get discounts with a CAA/AAA card or an Air Miles card."
- Sightseeing: "The view is phenomenal from behind a window, but if you really want to be daring, try out the Edge Walk. Lean back from the rim of the building attached to a cord. We are getting sweaty just thinking about it."
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: The CN Tower is Toronto's most defining landmark at over half a kilometre high. Why not go inside?
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: The CN Tower is the city's most defining landmark with attractions and movies that will keep the kids on board.
- Best for Sightseeing Because: You just can't beat the view. Plus, this is probably the best known building in Toronto so you might as well cross it off your list.